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It’s the new year and we’re all trying to make healthy eating resolutions…especially when it comes to our kids. Nutritionist to the Stars and author of the new book, "The Food Cure for Kids," Dr. Oz Garcia, shares some healthy snacking options for the little ones in ours lives.
21 Jan 2011
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There are healthy packaged foods that don't short you on flavor. Mara Betsch, nutrition editor for Prevention****, shares some of her top picks.
20 May 2011
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The week's best TV commercials - a review from BestAds.tv
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17 Oct 2012
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Have you stuck to your New Year’s resolutions? Men’s Health Nutrition Advisor and Author of the MetaShred Diet, Mike Roussell shows us 3 must-haves for a little help and a lot of inspiration for looking and feeling your best from the inside out.
19 Jan 2018
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What are you going to serve for the biggest football Sunday of the year? Here are three of our favorites for your football feast.
25 Jan 2018
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Buy Cashew, Almond, Walnuts, Spices and Gift Boxes at online at the lowest costs. Pick your desired dry fruit fancy with spices by the free shopping method in cheap rates so you'll purchase dry fruits simply.
26 Sep 2018
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Want to make healthier choices this holiday season? It can be hard between family gatherings, running around and especially for those 29.1 million Americans who have diabetes. We got the scoop from nutritionist and award-winning cookbook author of The All-Natural Diabetes Cookbook: The Whole Food Approach to Great Taste and Healthy Eating, Jackie Newgent on how to make your holiday season and beyond, healthy, happy and delicious.
30 Nov 2018
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Many resolve to get fit, lose weight and live a healthier lifestyle in the New Year, but how do you go about setting up your diet for success?Registered Dietician and Director, GH Food and Nutrition Brand Lab, Jaclyn London, shared some more sustainable and healthy food and beverage choices to help you start 2019 off on the right foot.
10 Jan 2019
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It’s the biggest football Sunday of the year…how to do it up right? Chef and adventurer, Lex Taylor shares must-haves for the big game.
1 Feb 2019
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Almond The scientific name of almond is Prunus dulcis and they are native to the Middle East, India, and North Africa. The taste of almonds may range from sweet to bitter. Both are readily available in markets and can be purchased based upon your taste and cooking use! Sweet almonds are edible, while bitter ones are used for making oil, which is commonly used to add flavor to the food. Almond contains a lot of vitamins and minerals and healthy fats. It has a lot of health benefits like lowering blood pressure, controlling blood sugar and cholesterol levels. Almond helps to treat respiratory diseases, anemia and it is good for skin and hair and teeth. Almonds and cholesterol Almond lowers cholesterol levels and increases vitamin E in the blood. Almonds and cancer risk Almonds reduce the cancer risk especially breast cancer. Almonds and heart disease Almond improve blood lipids and increase the number of antioxidants in the bloodstream. It helps to lower the blood pressure and reduces the risk of diseases such as heart disease. Almonds and blood sugar Almonds control blood sugar. It contains magnesium which helps to control type 2 diabetes. Almonds help manage weight Almonds are high in fiber and proteins and have low carbohydrates which help to reduce the calories in the body. Thus, managing the weight of the body. Almonds Are Loaded With Antioxidants Almonds contain a lot of antioxidants. It helps to protect against oxidative stress. Almonds Prevent Harmful Oxidation of LDL Cholesterol Almonds not only lower LDL in the blood but also protect LDL from oxidation, which is a crucial step in the development of heart disease. Almond skin contains polyphenol antioxidants which prevent oxidation of cholesterol. Thus, reducing the risk of heart disease. Skin Care almonds help in maintaining the healthy skin and it is beneficial against hand dermatitis and other skin diseases. Reduce Inflammation Almonds contain linoleic and linolenic acids which reduce inflammation fro
13 Jul 2019
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The holiday season is hectic and between parties, running around shopping and holiday meals, it can be difficult to make healthier decisions about what you eat. Here are healthy options to help you survive the season.
29 Oct 2019
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Introduction Film of East & Southeast Anatolia Doğu - Güneydoğu Anadolu Tanıtım Filmi Eastern and Southeastern Anatolia With its high mountain ranges, remote plateaus, lakes and river beds splashed with colour, plus some of the best Turkish architecture anywhere, this region of Anatolia brings history to life. Sivas, Divriği, Erzurum, Battalgazi, Harput, and Ahlat, allcities in this region, were important centres of Seljuk art. In Eastern Anatolia are the cities of Ağrı, Bingöl, Bitlis, Elazığ, Erzincan, Erzurum, Hakkari, Kars, Malatya, Muş, Tunceli, Van, Ardahan and Iğdır, while in the southeast are the largercities of Adıyaman, Diyarbakır, Gaziantep, Mardin, Siirt, Şanlıurfa, Batman, Şırnak and Kilis. Travelling around the east is more challenging, with huge distances between towns, extremes of climate and fewer facilities, but this is amply compensated bythe remote beauty, relatively unspoilt scenery and of course hospitality of the people. The city of Erzurum is located on a large plane at an altitude of 1950 metres, and contains many religious schools, tombs and mosques from both the Seljuk and Ottoman period. Kars, in the far northeast, is famous for its castle, and nearby Ocaklı (Ani)is a historical city with rich architecture from the 10th and 11th centuries. Mount Ararat (Agri Dagi), whose peak soars up to 5165 metres, is significant to different religions. It is believed that after the Flood, in which all humanity was destroyed, Noah's ark came to rest on Mount Ararat and as the waters receded, Noah andhis family settled on the nearby plane of Igdir. As their numbers increased, they eventually spread along the Tigris and Euphrates rivers to other parts of Anatolia. Accordingly, Igdir is seen as the centre from which the second generation of humanitymultiplied and again spread over the world.The magnificent palace complex of İshak Paşa, which looks down onto Dogubeyazit, was built in the late 17th century by the Ottoman governor Ishak Pasa. The location and appearance of the castle is stunning, and is made up of a kitchen unit, a mosqueand separate womens and mens quarters.Lake Van is one of the highlights of the country and a tour of the entire lake should be made in order to experience the full range of beauty, including beautiful mountain silhouettes, bays, beaches, islands and important centres of Turkish culture andart. The city of Van, on the southeast of the lake, was the capital city of the Urartu empire and Van Castle, built around 1000 BC, is a marvellous example of that age. South of Van, the city of Edremit is a poplar vacation spot famous for its beaches, campsites and restaurants. On the island of Akdamar is a museum which was originally a 10th century church. As the Tigris and Euphrates flow towards the planesof Mesopotamia, they pass through an important region of Anatolia which contains the cities of Diyarbakir, Mardin, Adıyaman, Şanlıurfa and Gaziantep, which is the oldest cultural settlement centre in Anatolia. North of Diyarbakır is Çayonu, the mostimportant neolithic settlement of the area. The basalt walls of Diyarbakır, which are more than 5km long, are the longest city walls in the country.Mardin is one of the few cities in the country that has preserved its traditional aesthetic architecture, and is unique also because of its unusual location on top of a hill. The prophet Abraham, who is the father of three different religions,is believed to have lived in Şanlıurfa and Harran and so are considered to be sacred places.The Atatürk Dam, built in Bozova near Şanlıurfa, is the biggest in Turkey and the fourth largest in the world, and the area around Harran will be the most productive agricultural region of the country. Gaziantep is the most important industrial andagricultural area in southeastern Anatolia, and best known for its special varieties of kebap, lahmacun and baklava, and its Antep pistachios.Northeast of Adıyaman, on top of Mount Nemrut (Nemrut Dag) is the mausoleum made for the Commagene King, Antiochus I. On the east and west of the memorial grave site are the terraces where rituals were carried out, and of course the world famous hugestatues of the gods, which are best experienced at sunrise or sunset. Malatya is an important industrial and agricultural region on the lower Euphrates, famous for its apricots and the 13th century Ulu Cami mosque in Battalgazi with its beautiful glazed tiles.
26 Mar 2008
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Learn how to make This tasty dessert is an Indian version of warm donuts floating in warm sweet syrup. Served as a dessert, this is a staple in most parts of India. cup nonfat milk powder 1/4 cup All Purpose flour 3 tablespoons room temperature unsalted butter 1/4 cup room temperature whole milk Pinch of baking soda 1 3/4 cup sugar 1 1/2 cup water 4 coarsely grounded cardamom seeds 1 tablespoon sliced almonds and pistachio Oil for deep-frying
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